Donegal young people still suffering from Covid-19 fallout

YOUNG people in Donegal remain affected by the pandemic a leading local charity has warned, as it revealed it has supported almost 11,500 people. The detail is contained in Donegal Youth Service’s annual report, published in recent days. It documents how the impact on normal life for children and young people has continued to deepen. […]

‘Be safe & be seen’ on Donegal roads

  The Donegal Road Safety Working Group with the assistance of members of the Donegal Youth Service will be distributing High Viz vests as part of ‘National Be Safe Be Seen Day’ in Letterkenny on Thursday 21st December, the shortest and darkest day of the year. With fewer hours of daylight during the winter months, the aim of […]

Devenney and McFadden to take on QUBE for Donegal Youth Service

FORMER Donegal footballer and RTE pundit Brendan Devenney, Letterkenny native Sean McFadden who put in an heroic effort to finish second in Ireland’s first ever 24-hour endurance event The Race and former Glenswilly GAA captain and Election hopeful James Pat McDaid will be among the contestants at the big Donegal Youth Service QUBE fundraiser this Friday night in the Clanree Hotel in Letterkenny.